Sparacino Bakery closed And Comic Booklets opens!

Sparacino Bakery Brooklyn, © NY Vincenzo Aiosa

I discovered Sparacino Bakery in the nineties, when I had my shop on South First Street. The bread was very good but they had the tendencies  to run out of it,so must of the time there was no bread @ 4.30 in the afternoon.

What kept me going back was the fact that it was the only bakery in the neighborhood, and their unapologetic, rudeness with costumers who were not locals.

2 responses to “Sparacino Bakery closed And Comic Booklets opens!

  1. WOULD YOU HAPPEN TO KNOW IF THAT SPARACINO’S BAKERY WAS ORIGINALLY BELLUCCI’S BAKERY IN THE 1920-1930’s…..
    MY FATHER WORKED AS A BAKER AT BELLUCCI’S AND I BELIEVED IT WAS AT 540 METROPOLITAN AVE…….
    IF YOU KNOW WHERE BELLUCCI’S WAS THAT WOULD BE HELPFUL

    THANKS IN ADVANCE……TOM

  2. This was my grandmother’s bakery and it was a bakery before she had it. It opened in the late 50’s and closed early 90’s . Please don’t take her sternness as meanness. The Sparacino Bakery served the community for 40 years.

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